Students may check on the RenWeb and go to each teacher’s name to access the work that is expected to be completed for their classes.
If a student is absent for three (3) or more consecutive days, a doctor’s note is needed and you may contact the Counseling Office to see if extra work that is not on the website can be gathered for your student. We try to give our teachers a 24 hour notice to have work prepared for the student. However, if you call in the morning by 8:30 a.m., most teachers will try to have work available by the end of the day. We will do everything in our power to make sure the student receives all the help they can.
As stated in the Alleman handbook (page 18):
Since students are ultimately responsible for their own learning, the following regulations are established:
Students are responsible to keep current in study/reading assignments. This may involve contacting fellow classmates for missed assignments (notes, reading, etc.) when absent.
Pre-announced tests are taken on the assigned date. Absence the day prior to the test does not excuse the student from taking the test.
In cases of extended absence (more that one(1) day), students will be allowed one day of make-up and test time for each day’s absence. All homework assignments follow the same time span.
Alleman High School develops a faith-filled community by exemplifying gospel values through Catholic education.